Kowe olusegun oladele was born in the early nineteen seventies in Ibadan, Oyo State to the family of Hon Justice Emmanuel Omojola (Rtd) of iluomoba Ekiti. He had his primary education at seventhday primary school, Ile-ife, Osun State.

He later proceeded to the prestigious Christ’s school Ado-Ekiti for his secondary education between 1981 and 1985. He went further to Mary Hill High school Ado-Ekiti for his WAEC in 1987. He was briefly at the Federal school of Arts & Science Ondo between 1987 and 1988.

To achieve his academic pursuit, he gained admission to the then Ondo State University Ado-Ekiti in 1988 to study History. He graduated in 1992 with BA.(Hons) History. He went for his compulsory National Youth Service Corps at Federal Government College Kwali-Abuja Fct between 1993-1994.

 

He was the president of student Historical society of Nigeria 1991/1992. He taught briefly at the Government College Owo in 1994 and later joined the Ondo State Local government service in 1995 where he worked till 2005 as Head of information and protocol in various Local government both within Ekiti and Ondo State.

At the local government he was an activist a NULGE secretary at various times. He had the opportunity of attending many conferences within and outside the country especially on regional integration and Diplomacy. He also has a diploma in journalism at institute of Journalism Abuja in 1994.
He gained admission into the Ekiti State University in 1998 to study Law and bagged Bachelor degree LLB(Hons) in 2002. He went to the Nigeria Law school and was Called to the Bar in 2004.

He cut his legal teeth at Owoseni Ajayi and Co briefly and later joined Taiwo Ogunmoroti and Co both in Ado-Ekiti.
He joined the Ekiti State Ministry of Justice as a State counsel in 2006, he was Legal Adviser to the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural resources between 2013 and 2015. Currently he provides Legal services to the Ekiti State Road Maintenance Agency.
He is working on his Masters degree in Diplomatic History at the Ekiti State University.

He is the Deputy Director Department of Monitoring and Evaluation, Ministry of Justice.

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